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Old 03-27-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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Removing my spoiler.

What do i fill the holes with?
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Old 03-27-2013, 04:18 PM   #2
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With some nylon plugs
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Plugs are the easiest way to do it but if you want to get fancy you can teach yourself how to do your own body work and paint.
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Plugs are the easiest way to do it but if you want to get fancy you can teach yourself how to do your own body work and paint.
That's a little too fancy lol

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What do i fill the holes with?
Make sure u pic up some touch up paint from auto zone so the plugs will match your color
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That is actually a really good idea, touch up the plugs so it looks a lot less noticeable.
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Sanding down the nylon plug and painting it with duplicolor perfect match (color of your car) and perfect match clear will blend the best. I did that, I gave the best results for doing plugs. However I just had the holes filled and painted when I had the whole car painted and I am much happier now.

With plugs I am one of those people that doesnt care if nobody else can tell, I knew they were there and it drove me nuts.
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Lol yous r funny. Im picking up the plugs today ..thank u!!
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you might can find a spray can to match your oem paint, that will give a smoother paint over the plug surface, just make sure its flexible paint since it will be on plastic parts.
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Duplicolor pefect match comes in rattle cans. Just get your paint code amd youll be good to go. Those stupid little touch up things never come out the same shade.
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Im getting the car repainted in about a week so luckily i dont have to worry about matching the paint..phewww!
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Im getting the car repainted in about a week so luckily i dont have to worry about matching the paint..phewww!
If your having it painted anyways, its a great time to have the holes filled.
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